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Our Beliefs



We believe that: 


Modern Software should be priced on how much it is used, not by number of users.


Data and usage patterns should not be scanned and used to deliver adverts. 


Content is private unless the owner publishes it.

All users of software should benefit from its development - and share the costs.


How Charging Works:

The minimum charge includes 100 emails daily, 1 Gb storage and 6Gb of bandwidth monthly.

Higher usage will cost you more credits:
Credits usually cost £1 each. 

1. Bandwidth: Every time you or a user of your web site downloads a page, or a report, the system logs the usage in an audit file against the user's name (everyone is logged-on) - and that download is measured.  Your website visitors are all logged on as anonymous visitors. If you use the BGT web site, we recommend you use Google Analytics for detailed knowledge of your web site usage and activity. Cumulative bandwidth used is charge monthly. Most businesses use between 750Mb and 3Gb; Standard Pricing charges each 1/2 Gb at 1 credit per month. 

2. 
Storage for your live system depends on what you have saved and are keeping. An empty system uses approximately 200Mb. You can see this at any time. (See STORAGE pages). You can delete stored content at any time. At the end of the month, you are charged for storage in multiples of 500Mb - in Standard Pricing each one costs 1 credit per month.

3. 
Emails - All received emails are free: All emails sent are charged at 1 credit for 100 counted each day - except your system's first 100 daily emails are free. Most people send fewer than 50 emails a day (see "normal use" agreement), all authorised Business GT users receive an email account free. You don't have to use our email server - use your existing server if you wish -this will not affect your charges if you use the email campaign system. Each day the number of emails sent are added up, and for every 100 emails (or part) sent in addition to the free allocation, you are charged 1 credit.